Comments by Francine Hardaway
OK. Thanks for all the detailed reporting. I will stay abreast of this.
That's rather a misleading title, Paul:-) It sounds like this is an incredibly complicated issue, made more complicated by all the jurisdictions involved and the fact that none of them have any money to do anything, yet all of them have the pwoer to hurt or impede.
So what IS the most likely solution, seeing as how I live in El Granada right across from the Harbor?
I can talk to Igor for you:-)
We will stay there till you get there:-) I had to do 6 PM for the people who work out of their homes and are desperate to get out by 5:30 after being home all day. But if we stay until 8 or 9, that should give everyone a chance to get there, meet people, and still get home at a reasonable hour:-)
That being said, I welcome all suggestions because this ia a volunteer effort and can be easily crowdsourced and improved.
Please make me and Chelsea Hardaway ([email protected]
) part of the Montara dog group. Would like to be kept up on what's going on.
Is this done with blogging software? That's really the easiest to update. I like the new look, although I do agree that big stories should be in the center column. But why should I even complain? THis is a great source of information for me.
Has anyone done a study of how many homes are for sale on the coastside since the closure of Devil's Slide? What has happened to property values? Have people lost jobs due to lateness and lengthy commutes? Who has lost business? Gone out of business?
It's possible that an economic impact study of this closure should be done to use as a lobbying tool for better transportation planning in this area.